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The Observation Deck (Tower)
It is quite simply the greatest view of Las Vegas, in Las Vegas. Soaring 1,1149 feet above the city, the Stratosphere Tower is the tallest freestanding observation tower in America, and a one-of-a-kind attraction in its own right. Expansive views of the city expand out 360-degrees in all directions allowing breathtaking vistas found nowhere else in Las Vegas. Day or night, the Tower’s indoor and outdoor observation decks allow you to soak in incredible sights that must be seen to be believed.

Extreme screams are all part of the fun when you plunge 27-feet over the edge of Stratosphere Tower at 30 miles per hour on X-Scream, the world’s highest thrill ride. If you can manage to keep your eyes open, you’ll glimpse amazing views of the Las Vegas strip below as you dive headfirst over the edge, then freeze and dangle weightlessly 109 stories in the air before being pulled back to safety. Oh yeah, after being shot over the edge and pulled back, you’ll be blasted over the edge again!

A giant mechanical arm lifts you 64-feet over the edge of the Stratosphere Tower then spins you and your fellow copilots with the force of 3-Gs into a mind-blowing 70-degree tilt. Insanity is the extreme vortex ride that spins riders 900 feet above the Las Vegas Strip. Imagine the most amazing views of the Strip while spinning at 3Gs of pulse-pounding force – you’d be insane not to ride Insanity!

Big Shot
It was the shot heard across the world. The Big Shot changed the thrill game forever as the original “world’s highest” thrill ride by blasting riders a staggering 1,081 feet up into the Las Vegas sky. Over several heart-stopping seconds, the Big Shot catapults riders 160-feet up to the highest tip of the Stratosphere Tower at 45-miles per hour. Riders then hover weightlessly for a moment before falling back down, experiencing negative G-forces on the descent back to the launch pad, their legs dangling over the edge the entire ride.

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